I am short on adjectives to describe the setting and the subject during this shoot.  A fellow coworker and good friend mentioned that her sister would be visiting from Boston and she wouldn’t mind if we took a few photographs of her for our portfolio.  I’d never met Nadia and was told by her sister that she was extremely beautiful and would look amazing in her authentic handmade gowns from Pakistan. This was a big understatement. Although we brought great lighting equipment with us, Nadia lit up the Hoyt Sherman Place.  Many thanks to Erica from the facility for allowing us the privilege to come in and do this! And of course many thanks to Nadia and Faryal for giving us this wonderful opportunity. Come back soon Nadia!

gramma janeSeptember 30, 2009 - 3:13 pm

wow, you have grown so much in capturing the true essence of the moment. love seeing your work on the blog.

Nadia pt. 2 » Sarah’s Signature Blog!February 11, 2010 - 12:50 am

[…] and I was reminded of the beauty that is Hoyt Sherman.  Tonight I did a quick revisit to Nadia’s photographs and decided to post a few that were not displayed in the original post. Repeat posing […]

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